1. Blueprints Mentor
The Black Cultural Center and the Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility have partnered with the College Access Center of Delaware County & Crozer Wellness Center to launch Blueprints III, a tutoring and mentorship program serving high school students from the city of Chester.
Program Dates: July 8-31, 2014
Where: Swarthmore Campus
We are now accepting applications for paid mentor positions for the Blueprints Summer Institute, a four-week camp that will provide academic and cultural enrichment, as well as opportunities for career exploration, personal development and wellness. Summer housing, food, and trip expenses associated with mentor positions will be paid for by the program.
If you are interested in applying for a paid summer position, please submit the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 6th and include "Blueprints III job summer application" in the subject title:
1. Brief statement (no more than 300 words): Why are you interested in working with Blueprints?
2. Attach your resume
Although each candidate will be considered, serious consideration will be given to students who have:
* Good academic standing (you cannot be on academic probation)
* Experience working/volunteering with at- risk youth
* Available to work 15-20 hours per week
* Education as a special major or minor
* Have already taken or registered in the Spring to take EDUC 70: Community Outreach Practicum
You must be available for mandatory training July 7th that will include: overall expectations, group process, working with at-risk youth, and planning and curriculum implementation.
We look forward to receiving your application!
2. Communications Coordinator (Lang Center Intern)
Hours per week: 3 - 5
Reports to: Associate Director
Pay Grade: 2
The Communications Coordinator (s) work(s) collaboratively with the Associate Director to support the outreach efforts of the Lang Center, promoting and reporting on Lang Center activities through print and online avenues.
• Publicizes Lang Center sponsored and co-sponsored events, internships, grant opportunities and so forth through Campus Calendar, RSD, Facebook, Twitter, weekly LC e-newsletter and so on.
• Attends Lang Center sponsored and co-sponsored events, takes digital photos, audio records events, and creates captions for images.
• Pitches, creates, and disseminates feature items from internship and project grant recipients.
• Creates fliers and posters, updating and maintaining the Lang Center bulletin boards in Parrish and the Center.
• Maintains at least 3 office hours per week, meeting at least once weekly with Associate Director and other Communications Coordinator.
• Serves on Lang Center Student Advisory board.
1. Strong written communication skills
2. Meticulous attention to detail
3. Totally reliable
4. Interested in issues related to social responsibility
5. Fundamentals of visual/graphic design a plus
• This internship offers the chance to strengthen and develop your communications skills, as well as to build your resume in the process!
• As a Communications Coordinator, you will have the opportunity to be part of an office environment where you are truly part of the team, and where your opinions and suggestions are respected and frequently implemented.
• Be up-to-date on the latest opportunities, events, grants related to social responsibility!
• Potential for a multi-year job.
• First year and sophomore students are invited to apply.
• Please submit a cover letter detailing your interest, qualifications, a résumé and one to three letters (or emails) from your references, commenting on your written communication skills, attention to detail and level of reliability.
• Closing date: Open until filled.